Corstorphine Connections - Low Traffic Neighbourhood Engagement

Closed 5 Mar 2021

Opened 8 Feb 2021

Feedback updated 16 Jun 2023

We asked

For feedback on how people currently travel in the area and what barriers and challenges there are to walking, wheeling, cycling and spending time enjoying the street environments. We also asked where these key issues/barriers were located.

You said

The key issues and barriers are around the level of safety on streets for walking and cycling. In relation to this speed and volume of traffic was the most commonly mentioned barrier, with lack of cyclings facitlities, narrow pavements and conditions of roads also mentioned.

Key locations of these issues/barriers highlighted were: Saughton Road North, Corstorphine High Street, Manse Road and St John's Road.

We did

The project team used this information to help inform the development of design proposals, which will be presented back to the community for further engagment on.

Results updated 16 Jun 2023

Please use the link below to access the summary report of the feedback to our public engagement on the scoping for the Costorphine Connections Low Traffic Neighbourhood undertaken in February - March 2021.



This public engagement gives people the opportunity to express their views about the current issues, challenges and opportunities that will infrom the scope of a potential low traffic neighbourhood in this area of Corstorphine - south of St John's Road, between Meadow Place Road and Pinkhill.

Why your views matter

By asking for public feedback, the Council aims to ensure that we fully understand and consider all the needs and views in the area. We will use this feedback to inform the scope and design of a low traffic neighbourhood in this area of Corstorphine. The deisgn proposal will then be subject to further public consultation later in the year.

Please read the detailed information about the project that we have provided via the link at the foot of this page entitled "Project information - Corstorphine LTN", this is under the subheading - Related Documents

What happens next

We aim to feedback the results of the engagement in March/April 2021 and then hold further public engagement on the concept deisgn in May 2021.


  • Natural neighbourhood area - Comiston
  • Ward 6 - Corstorphine/Murrayfield


  • People with disabilities
  • Elected Members
  • Road users
  • Community councils
  • Neighbourhood partnerships
  • Transport groups


  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Cycling and walking
  • Public Transport
  • Roads and pavements
  • Trams
  • Road safety